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Apple's new top-of-the-line Mac Pro will be available for preorders beginning Tuesday. It's the computer's first update in six years and it looks drastically different than its predecessor.

Apple ditched the previous "trash can" cylinder design for a more traditional tower shape that has several holes for cooling and a handle on top — which prompted jokes about its cheese-grater-like appearance when it was first unveiled.

The computer is loaded with a 28-core Intel Xeon processor and 1.5 TB of system memory but comes at a cost: $6,000.

Customers can also buy the 32-inch 6K retina LCD display, called the Pro Display XDR, for an additional $4,999.

And there's a $999 monitor stand, but the computer can be used without it if you lean the monitor against the computer or purchase a mount adapter.


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